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NEW YORK (Reuters): North Korea has a "reliable and effective war deterrent for self-defence" and will now focus on developing its economy, North Korea's UN Ambassador Kim Song said on Tuesday (Sept 29), though he acknowledged that international sanctions were a hindrance.
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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's coronavirus hotspot of Victoria state maintained its steady downward trend in new infections on Wednesday as states began easing internal border closures, fuelling optimism about a return to normal.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has discovered unspecified "faults" in its anti-epidemic measures, state media said on Wednesday, amid controversy over the death of a South Korean man whom Pyongyang said was killed to prevent the coronavirus.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell over 3% on Tuesday to their lowest in two weeks on worries about the outlook for fuel demand as Europe and the United States grappled with a surge in new coronavirus infections.
QUITO, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- Ecuadoran Minister of Health Juan Carlos Zevallos urged the population on Tuesday not to "lower its guard" in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), as the relaxation of the quarantine has caused increased hazardous behavior by citizens.
Roundup: Iran's tally of COVID-19 cases surpasses 450,000 as Israel mulls further extension of nationwide lockdown
CAIRO, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- The total number of COVID-19 cases in Iran crossed 450,000 on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Israel is poised to extend the current nationwide lockdown for two weeks to curb the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
HELSINKI, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- The Finnish government on Tuesday evening decided to shorten the opening hours of restaurants and bars in response to the increasing COVID-19 cases.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- While the U.S. economy has rebounded faster than originally anticipated following a large contraction in the second quarter, U.S. employment probably won't recover to pre-pandemic levels until 2023, a senior Federal Reserve official said Tuesday.